Durian stalls that provide durian delivery services
Staying in a tropical country means that we can indulge in the King of Fruits ASAP, once durian season arrives. However, the current Phase One measures mean that we can no longer feast on this amazing fruit with our kakis outdoors. Thankfully, durian delivery services are available for those who wanna feast on these yellow, pungent goodness in the comfort of their houses. Here are 10 durian stalls that offer delivery services!
1. 99 Old Trees
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99 Old Trees gets their durian straight from Fook Gor Durian Farm in Raub district, West Pahang. The durian shop at Owen Road is managed directly by the farm, hence you get quality produce selected straight from the source. They offer a wide variety of durians, including those that are not so common, such as S17 and Tekka. Of course, there’s also the classic Mao Shan Wang. Durian ice cream, pastries and Mao Shan Wang pulp are also available if you’re into sweet treats.
99 Old Trees provides island-wide delivery at a fee of $4.90. You’ll get free delivery if your order is above $150!
Address: 46 Owen Road, #01-277, Singapore 210046
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 9822 2495
2. 227 Katong Durian
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Started as a makeshift stall in 2008, 227 Katong Durian now occupies a shophouse along East Coast Road and it also provides delivery service. The store is most famous for their D13 durians that come from Johor, as well as their Golden Pheonix from East Malacca. The fruits are charged based on the seasonal price and delivery fees start from $10. For those who wanna head down to dapao, do note that the durians will only be available after 2:30pm.
Address: 227 East Coast Road, Singapore 428924
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 10:30pm
Tel: 8318 9924
3. Hao Chi Durians
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Located at Clementi, Hao Chi Durians currently sells Tang Lai and D13 durians at $16/kg and $13/kg respectively. There is a minimum order of 6kg for delivery, which comes with a $5 delivery charge. Alternatively, you can get free delivery by purchasing more than 10kg worth of durians. Other fruits you can get here include mangosteens ($10 for 3kg).
WhatsApp your orders to 9699 6106.
Address: 109 Clementi Street 11, #01-02, Singapore 120109
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 11pm
Tel: 9699 9106
4. Durian Culture
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Since 1969, Durian Culture has been supplying durians to retail outlets and supermarkets. Today, the company also delivers durians right to customers’ doorsteps. Besides Mao Shan Wang and D24, Durian Culture also delivers durian puree for baking purposes! Free delivery is provided for orders that cost $200 and above.
Call 6744 5232 to place your order.
Address: 77 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387419
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6744 5232
5. Fruit Monkeys
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Located a stone’s throw away from Farrer Park MRT Station, Fruit Monkeys delivers a variety of durians, including Old Tree Signature Musang ($23/kg), Super D13 ($13/kg) and more. To qualify for delivery, a minimum order of $80 is needed, and a flat $15 delivery charge applies. Order more than $180 worth of durians and your delivery is free!
WhatsApp your orders to 9145 2860 or call them at 6291 2383.
Address: 88 Rangoon Road, #01-08, Singapore 218374
Opening hours: Daily 1pm to 10:30pm
Tel: 9145 2860
6. Lele Durian
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For more than 30 years, Lele Durian has been selling durians at Ghim Moh. Their Mao Shan Wang is currently going at $20/kg, with a flat $10 delivery fee. Order more than $120 worth of durians and your delivery will be free.
Text your orders to 9694 8584.
Address: 20 Ghim Moh Road, #01-125, Singapore 270020
Opening hours: Daily 12pm to 9pm
Tel: 9694 8584
7. Top Durian Station
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With four outlets in Singapore, Top Durian Station is a familiar sight for heartlanders, especially those living in the North. They sell a wide range of cultivars, such as the custard-like Pahang Black Gold ($26/kg) and bittersweet Gang Hai ($12/kg). Do note that every delivery order requires a minimum purchase of $60.
They currently have a promo where you can score $15 off with a minimum purchase of $150 via the code: JOYFUL15.
Address: 372 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-350, Singapore 650372
Opening hours: Daily 3pm to 11pm
Tel: 8427 8988
8. Sin Durian
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If you’re planning a durian feast with the fam’, check out Sin Durian which is currently selling their D13 Johor Red Prawn, D1, and Thunder varieties at reasonable rates of $80 for a 7kg pack, and $115 for a 10kg pack. Their delivery time slots are limited from 6pm to 9pm daily, and stocks are running out fast—so be sure to order early.
WhatsApp 8247 8111 to place your orders.
Address: 113 Aljunied Avenue 2 #01-15, Singapore 380113
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 12:30pm
Tel: 8247 8111
9. Durian Studio SG
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Those staying in the North-East have Durian Studio SG to turn to get their fix. The stall provides islandwide delivery, with a delivery fee of $10. Some of the cultivars you can get include Old Tree Mao Shan Wang ($21/kg) and D13 ($12/kg). Order more than 6kg worth of durians, however, and your delivery fee will be waived off.
WhatsApp 9123 0780 to place your orders.
Address: 698 Hougang Street 61, Singapore 530698
Opening hours: Daily 3pm to 10pm
Tel: 9123 0780
10. Durian Delivery
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Durian Delivery is a site whose name speaks for itself—they deliver durian straight to your doorstep. Their physical store is simply used as a pickup location, and most of their orders are done online. They have a wide range of durian such as Red Prawn ($14/kg) which are all dehusked before being delivered. Same-day delivery costs $9.70, and it’ll be free for orders above $80. That being said, do note that their stocks run out very fast daily, so fastest fingers first.
Durian delivery services in 2020
Durian season is a highly anticipated time for most Singaporeans. Even though post-Circuit Breaker measures are in place, you can still gorge on the King of Fruits in your home. Simply order from these 10 durian stalls. For other delivery services that’ll help satiate your Asian food cravings, check out out list of sushi delivery services and Thai food delivery services!
This article was first written by Yap Jia Hui in 2017, and has been updated in June 2020 by Kaiying Liu and Hazeeq Sukri.